Historically-proven designs for modern homeowners

Aug. 1, 2017 | by Keith Juhola
Historically-proven designs for modern homeowners

The architectural style of your home is what gives it character. Fortunately for today’s homeowner, there are many styles that have stood the test of time and remain popular among those with an eye for good design. Whether a home has the gabled exterior of an American Craftsman, or the open look of a Mid-century Modern, it’s important that the style is perfectly complemented by the entryway and front door.
 
Our Spotlights® Door Glass was created specifically for homeowners who appreciate good design. This line was introduced to address the growing trend of renovations and remodels that remain true to original styles. By offering flexibility in the size, shape, number, type and orientation of the glass, we give you endless configuration possibilities. This means you can find the authentic look that matches the exterior of your home.
 
Spotlights is now available in seven glass textures including Chain Link, Circuit, Clear, Clear Low-E, Cubed, Frosted and Rainglass. Visit ODL.com to learn more about the Spotlight collection and our other door glass options.

This blog was developed by ODL. All posts, sponsored and un-sponsored have been reviewed and approved by the Sustainable Community Media Editorial Team to ensure quality, relevance/usefulness and objectivity.


Topics: Doors, Windows

Companies: ODL



Keith Juhola
Keith Juhola is Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ODL Inc., a Zeeland, Michigan-based manufacturer of door glass, tubular skylights, door blinds, retractable screens and other entryway products. He oversees sales, marketing and customer service for its USA distribution business. A salesperson and sales manager for more than 25 years, Juhola has worked for both distributors and manufacturers in the high tech and building materials. www

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